Freedom of Information Act requests:
If you would like to submit a Freedom of Information Act request please email: email@example.com or alternatively, you can contact: FOI Team, HEIW, Tŷ Dysgu, Cefn Coed, Nantgarw, CF15 7QQ
Press and media queries
Our Communications and Engagement Team deals with all press and media inquiries for HEIW. If you are a member of the press and media and have a query, please contact the Communications and Engagement team directly (and not our staff).
HEIW Communications and Engagement team contact details
General email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via reception on 03300 585005
Angharad Price, Head of Communications and Engagement: 01443 846357 or email@example.com
Helen Cade, Communications and Engagement Manager: 01443 824182 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Communications Office is open 830am - 430pm Monday to Friday. General media queries received out of hours will be actioned by the team on the next working day.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) is located at Tŷ Dysgu in Nantgarw, South East Wales.
Tŷ Dysgu is a short drive north from Junction 32 on the M4 and has convenient links into the South Wales valleys and beyond via the A470.
The nearest train station to Tŷ Dysgu is Trefforest Estate which is serviced by two railway routes: the Merthyr Line and the Rhondda Line.
Please note there is an approximate 40 minute walk from the train station to Tŷ Dysgu via Willowford Road > Gwaelod Y Garth Road > Main Avenue.
Nantgarw’s bus services are frequent, with two companies providing transport to and from the Cardiff area:
|26||Cardiff – Blackwood||Stagecoach South Wales|
|132||Cardiff – Maerdy||Stagecoach South Wales|
|400||Cardiff – Gwaunmiskin||Edwards Coaches|
There are three stops in Nantgarw (all within close proximity of Tŷ Dysgu) – Nantgarw Castle Bingo, Nantgarw Cross Keys Inn and Parc Nantgarw.
For timetable and ticket enquiries, please visit the Traveline website. Please check local travel providers for the most up to date timetables and information.
The Taff Trail is recognised as a scenic and safe route to Tŷ Dysgu. It is a 16.5 mile pathway that runs between Cardiff Bay and Pontypridd, stopping at Nantgarw along the way. This route is mainly off-road, but does join quieter roads at Tongwynlais.
More information on this route can be found via the Visit Wales website.